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Ukraine: US Strategy Needs More Direction

March 11, 2014

Vows by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama to line up a solid international front against Russia over its intervention in Ukraine may have to be rethought....

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50s4ever

Mar-12-14 4:58 PM

Remember what contributed to ending the Soviet power? They went broke spending 10 years in Afghanistan. Duhhh.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-12-14 4:49 PM

Great idea 8. Let the US restart the cold war. We've been there, done that. IT IS NONE OF OUR BUSINESS! Lets freaken worry about our citizens and not tell Russia what they can and can not do. There are other nations on this globe that can be the voice without the US looking like donkeys!

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Monkeyboy

Mar-12-14 3:03 PM

50s4ever, as I told you before, I was talking about the article, not the other posters, like you always are. Try it sometime.

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FedUpL8ly

Mar-12-14 2:26 PM

Cont.) The liberal media networks and the NY Times would probably insist Obama be named 'Man of the Year' and demand Obama be given another Nobel Peace Prize.

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FedUpL8ly

Mar-12-14 2:24 PM

Anyone who suggests that being critical of Obama's abysmal foreign policy (and I'm being kind in saying that he has one) implies that the critics are advocating war is wrong. Obama's response should be asymmetrical to Putin's expansionist policies. NATO should immediately be sending in peacekeeping troops into the countries bordering Russia. This should include air power and missile systems. Then Obama should reverse his first major mistake and restore the ICBM shield that Bush was implementing into Poland as well as additional Eastern European countries. Lastly, the U.S. should increase LNG production that, in turn, would drive down the price and hurt the Russian economy. If we had smarter people running our government, we would be employing even more tactics to discourage Putin. Clinton bombed cities in Serbia in the 90's which killed thousands of innocent civilians and our liberal press and liberal politicians applauded. Since Obama is a Democrat, he could do the same in Syria.

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FedUpL8ly

Mar-12-14 2:09 PM

I believe the P-J would be better served to keep track of individuals hitting the abuse button and anyone abusing the abuse button should be given special scrutiny or perhaps encouraged to go elsewhere if they are so easily offended.

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50s4ever

Mar-12-14 11:23 AM

Oh. I forgot. (stomp!-slam!)

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50s4ever

Mar-12-14 10:17 AM

I just said he lost any resemblance to a thinking man and he pulled it. Why can he call me stupid and get away with it? Before we shut down I will tell him what I really think.

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50s4ever

Mar-11-14 8:56 PM

Wanna bet what post gets pulled?

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50s4ever

Mar-11-14 8:09 PM

Ok but I wish I had the name you call at p-j

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50s4ever

Mar-11-14 6:03 PM

So monkey when you call these people brainiacs or one of you calls me stupid, or bigot...then I can kill that post? Woooppeee!

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Seadog

Mar-11-14 5:13 PM

Wrong again gravelpitts. How about that red line in Syria Obama drew? Wasn't the use of chemical weapons UNACCEPTABLE and the leadership would pay the price? I don't recall "dick" having anything to do with that. How about that BS warning Barry gave to Putin? When did "dick" threaten Putin and run like a scared child, or play golf?

Sorry gravelpitts, the problems have nothing to do with GWB or Dick Chaney. Today's problems are in the lap of the "buffoon in chief" Barry.

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50s4ever

Mar-11-14 3:48 PM

Gee Sammie. Tell me who those troops are and why they aren't identified. And why you are limited in your questions.

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Sammie

Mar-11-14 3:01 PM

50's are you really that stupid or do you just like asking stupid questions.

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Monkeyboy

Mar-11-14 2:33 PM

What exactly do to the braniacs who wrote this editorial think we ought to do, go to war with Russia? What would their better strategy be?

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50s4ever

Mar-11-14 10:51 AM

Just curious...who are they kidding putting all those troops in there with no insignia revealing they're Russian? Is Putin trying to pass them off as a coalition or something?

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-11-14 9:47 AM

Last I new a d a m was a structure, lol

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-11-14 9:46 AM

So now, we are suppose to police the world? Make up your stinken minds. Frankly, I don't give a****about Ukraine.

Instead of worrying about the world, why don't all of the complainers of this country produce a civil war? No one is going to police us.

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snottynosepunk

Mar-11-14 7:58 AM

we need to stay the h e l l out! not our neighborhood.

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carlaw

Mar-11-14 6:40 AM

The whole country needs more direction it will take decades to overcome the damage this administration has done to our country.

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dengo45

Mar-11-14 3:40 AM

That direction is home, We have NATO forces all over Europe,let them handle it. It affects them more than us.

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